An inquest has been opened into the death of a Vale of Clwyd woman in London.
Elizabeth Edwards from Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd was staying with relatives when she fell from a balcony in an undisclosed location on Wednesday 1st June.
Last year, the 52 year-old was jailed after she admitted stabbing her husband in the arm with a kitchen knife at their home in Llanfwrog, near Ruthin. Caernarfon Crown Court heard she had ‘snapped’ and had been in ’emotional turmoil’ about the collapse of a 25 year marriage to Geraint Edwards.
She was released from prison part-way through a 20-month sentence, but in March, she was left in a critical but stable condition in hospital, after her red Citroen car rolled 200 feet down a mountain near Moel Famau.
The inquest into Miss Edwards’ death was opened and adjourned this week at Westminster Coroner’s Court.